Puno – Destinations of Perú
This city is located in the south east of Peru, in the shore of Lake Titikaka, where we will discover the ancestral traditions of the population, who live especially in the islands.
According to the Urus tradition they run away from the Incas Empire persecution finding refuge in the lake, for this purpose they built artificial islands in the lake using a native plant called “totora”. In this way the life of the floating islands in Peru begun.
We will also discover the textile art of “Taquile”, declared by the UNESCO “master piece of the oral and intangible patrimony for humanity. Due to the ancestral traditions that still nowadays are preserved for the manufacturing of the articles.
It is also known for being the capital of the Folklore, where we can appreciate the variety of the dances in the festivity of the Virgin “la Candelaria” every February 2nd, where the fervor of the habitants is felt.
Tours en Puno
Llachón is a place of a great natural beauty due to the permanent green in the vegetation combined with the blue color of the Titicaca Lake and also the bright light blue of the sky. Llachón It is found 75 Km. away from the city of Puno, approximately 1:45 minutes by bus, and 2 …View details
Beginning with the visit to the flouting islands of the UROS, which is a group of artificial islands made with Totora inside the Titicaca Lake. Their subsistence is based on the culture bond to the lake and the Totora plant that springs from the deep of it.View details
Altitud: 3800 m.s.n.m
Clima: La temperatura es muy variable, con marcadas diferencias entre los meses de junio y noviembre y con oscilaciones entre una temperatura promedio máxima de 21 °C y una mínima de -15 °C.
Platos Típicos: Chupe de Quinua, Pesqe de Quinua, Trucha frita, Huatia, Chairo.